It’s never a dull day in the Robertson household. This week, we heard about a harrowing experience that family matriarch Kay Robertson recently underwent. The mom of four recently had to go straight to the hospital after an incident with family dog Bobo. Her husband, Phil Robertson recounted the grisly details on the family’s podcast Unashamed.
As Phil Robertson got into his tale of what happened during a seemingly innocuous night at home, he noted that “someone would have had to told me the story for me to believe it.” The tale starts late at night when Robertson was already in bed. His wife typically stays up much later than him, so Robertson says he was already asleep when the incident with the dog in the night-time went down.
Phil Robertson’s kids who also appear on Unashamed seemed to confirm the blood factor, before Phil says he got into gear, pulled on “his britches” and got her to the hospital. But he wanted to know what happened, to which Kay Robertson explained:
We’re actually getting into the you’d need to be there to believe it bit, as Phil Robertson says he drove to the neighbors, blew a “horn” in the middle of the night to wake ‘em up and get them in on the hospital activity. As it turns out, Miss Kay wants everyone to know that “it wasn’t his fault” and that generally Bobo is a good dog and didn’t know what he was doing when she frightened him. Miss Kay has since been stitched up and is on the mend and you can see the story told in full below.
But as Phil Robertson put it, there’s a literal reason there's a phrase called “let a sleeping dog lie.” Meanwhile, Robertson also says his wife is trying to take the positives and learn from the experience now that she’s all stitched up and going to be OK. Regardless, our thoughts go out to the Duck Dynasty clan during this time.
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